Author: Karrie Sundbom

Charter School Capital Helps The Academy for Sciences & Agriculture High School Survive and Thrive

Charter School Capital Helps The Academy for Sciences & Agriculture High School Survive and Thrive Listen as Becky Meyer, the Executive Director of the Academy for Sciences & Agriculture High School (AFSA) shares how Charter School Capital helped AFSA overcome some critical financial challenges when the state of Minnesota was holding back funding for charter…

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Charter School Authorizing: A Change In The Landscape

Charter School Authorizing: A Change In The Landscape Editor’s Note: This post was originally published here, by The 74, and written by Greg Richmond, the president and CEO of the National Association of Charter School Authorizers. In it, we learn about some trends showing that fewer new charter schools are being authorized under school districts. You’ll learn more about…

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CHARTER EDtalk: How to Measure Charter School Performance and Achievement

CHARTER EDtalk: How to Measure Charter School Performance and Achievement In this CHARTER EDtalk, Charter School Capital’s Chief Marketing Officer, Janet Johnson, and Chief Operating Officer, Kirt Nilsson, were privileged to sit down with the “father of the charter school movement”, John Cairns.  John shares his perspective on how to best measure charter school achievement…

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Five Reasons Independent Charters Outperform In-District Hybrid Schools

Five Reasons Independent Charters Outperform In-District Hybrid Schools Editor’s Note: This post was originally published here on August 23, 2018, by Forbes and written by Emily Langhorne, policy analyst for the Reinventing America’s Schools project at The Progressive Policy Institute. We think it’s vital to keep tabs on the pulse of all things related to charter schools,…

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Charter School Capital Funding Helps T-Squared Honors Academy Overcome Challenges

Charter School Capital Funding Helps T-Squared Honors Academy Overcome Challenges About T-Squared Honors Academy Established in 2014, T-Squared Honors Academy is currently enrolling students in grades seven through twelve. The school focuses on four key pillars: intelligence; broad sympathy; knowledge of the world that was and is; and the relation of men to the world….

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How to Run a Charter School as a Non-Educator

How to Run a Charter School as a Non-Educator For this CHARTER EDtalk, Janet Johnson, Charter School Capital CMO, and our Head of Business Consulting, Tricia Blum sat down with Sharon Thompson, the Board Chair for Wayne Preparatory Academy in Goldsboro, North Carolina. We wanted to talk with Sharon in order to understand what, if…

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